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PONI 2021 Virtual Fall Conference

Please join the Project on Nuclear Issues for our 2021 Fall Conference. The virtual conference will feature a keynote address as well as presentations from emerging nuclear experts covering topics such as nuclear policy, arms control and proliferation challenges, technology and capabilities, and deterrence. Day 1, October 5 Registration Day 2, October 6 Registration   Read More

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PONI Capstone Conference

Please join the Project on Nuclear Issues for our annual Capstone Conference. The conference will feature a keynote address from Adm. Charles Richard Commander of U.S. Strategic Command as well as presentations from emerging nuclear experts.

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Foster and Brown Postdoctoral Design Physics Fellowships: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

The Foster and Brown Postdoctoral Fellowships at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) are in the Weapons and Complex Integration (WCI) Directorate. Named after two renowned physicists, Dr. John S. Foster, Jr. and Dr. Harold Brown, these fellowships recognize individuals whose research aligns with the Laboratory’s national security mission. These prestigious postdoctoral fellowships will allow you to take your skills to the next level and apply them to solving the nation’s most pressing science and engineering challenges.

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Modernizing the Nuclear Enterprise in the Era of Rapid Prototyping

The U.S. nuclear enterprise is going through a cycle of modernization that touches practically every system in the arsenal. This modernization push requires the nuclear enterprise to engage deeply with the defense acquisition system in a way it has not since its last major modernization cycle in the 1980s.

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STRATCOM Deterrence Symposium

STRATCOM is hosting their 2020 Deterrence Symposium virtually! From November 2-13, STRATCOM will be hosting a panel a day.

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Virtual Conference: International Security at the Nuclear Nexus

In today’s competitive security landscape, nuclear weapons cannot be examined in isolation from other strategic security challenges. Current and emerging challenges related to nuclear weapons increasingly cross-cut other domains, including cyber, space, and conventional war.